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      August 1, 2009, at 7:55 am

      Shaka does Greensleeves

      Jah ShakaThe undisputed king of UK roots sounds Jah Shaka has compiled a CD of best shots from the Greensleeves vaults which sees release in mid September. Titled Jah Shaka Presents The Positive Message there are 15 tunes on the release, unsurprisingly Shaka has gone for tunes from the earlier years of Greensleeves, there are plenty of classics here and this looks to be a fine release.

      1. Keith Hudson – Felt We Felt The Strain
      2. Earl Sixteen – The Rastaman
      3. Johnny Clarke – Jah Live Is With I
      4. Dennis Brown – Slave Driver
      5. Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie
      6. Fred Locks – Love And Only Love
      7. Johnny Osbourne – Never Stop Fighting
      8. Eek-A-Mouse – Do You Remember
      9. Norris Reid – Protect Them
      10. Cultural Roots – Hell A Go Pop
      11. Barrington Levy – Look Youthman
      12. Johnny Clarke – Bad Days Are Going
      13. Mystic Eyes – Perilous Time
      14. Ras Michael – None A Jah Jah Children No Cry
      15. Wailing Souls – Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall

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